Published on Jun 12, 2011 by Luke Hunt
Governments in the region are going on the attack against poachers in response to a depletion of wildlife. But experts say measures are needed to address what’s driving this murderous market. Read more in Spectrum.
The recent seizure of 450 rare and endangered turtles, which were stuffed into four suitcases, at Suvarnabhumi airport has heightened growing concerns over animal poaching in Asia. The seizure was just one of many, indicating a worrying regional trend.